Psychotic symptoms in borderline personality disorder

H D Chopra, J A Beatson
American Journal of Psychiatry 1986, 143 (12): 1605-7
In a pilot study of 13 patients with borderline personality disorder, analysis of brief psychotic symptoms was done. Derealization and depersonalization were the most common symptoms, but drug-free hallucinations were also observed. The symptoms did not appear to be factitious.

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